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  • The monitor seems flickering, what can I do?
    To sort out the flickering, go to Start -> Setting -> Control Panel -> Display. In Display window, select Setting tab -> Advance -> Adapter -> Reset, select new rate according to your needs. In most cases, human eyes would not sense flickering at rate of 72Hz. (The optimal resolution is 1024 x 768, the rate is 60.5 Khz/75Hz)
  • “No Input Signal” appears
    1.Check if the VGA cable is tightly connected between the video output connector on the video card and the video input connector on the monitor. 2.If possible, please re-install or update your video card driver.Check if your video card driver is correctly installed.
  • My monitor goes into sleep mode while I’m using it.
    For all Windows Operating systems: Go to START button, click on CONTROL PANEL. Select POWER MANAGEMENT icon. Under the Power Schemes drop-down menu, select ALWAYS ON.
  • Why do I see horizontal & vertical disturbances or waving on the screen?
    Use the Windows Shut Down screen and activate the AUTO-ADJUST feature of your monitor. You can display the Windows Shut Down screen by pressing START & then Shut Down. After the monitor has performed AUTO-ADJUST, press CANCEL to return to your regular desktop. Refer to the monitor’s documentation for instructions on how to activate the AUTO-ADJUST feature.
  • Why is the display of my monitor blurred or unfocused?
    Make sure the monitor is set to run at its true or native resolution. If you have a 15" LCD, the native & recommended resolution is 1024 by 768 @ 60 or 75Hz. For a 17" LCD, the native & recommended resolution is 1280 by 1024 & 60 or 75Hz. You can adjust the resolution in the DISPLAY PROPERTIES located in the CONTROL PANEL.
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